Women working full time, year round are typically paid less than men working full time, year round  in every state. While white, non-Hispanic women typically make more than women of color, white, non-Hispanic women working full time, year round typically make only 80 cents for every dollar white, non-Hispanic men make. The wage gap for white, non-Hispanic women varies widely by state.

However, the wage gap for full-time, year-round workers doesn’t fully reflect the economic disparities faced by white, non-Hispanic women. The full-time, year-round wage gap leaves out those who were unemployed or out of the labor force for part of 2022, or who worked part time, even if they wanted full-time work. When part-time and part-year workers are included in the comparison, white, non-Hispanic women were typically paid only 74 cents for every dollar paid to white, non-Hispanic men in 2022.  This disparity varies widely by state.